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- Aretha Franklin's A Natural Woman: Why the song still moves us, 50 years on August 17, 2018Her 1967 hit (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman continues to unify and empower.
- Strictly Come Dancing: Kate Silverton and Seann Walsh join line-up August 17, 2018Kate Silverton and Seann Walsh become the 10th and 11th celebrity contestants to be confirmed.
- Chuckle Brothers star Barry's funeral held in Rotherham August 17, 2018Roy Chubby Brown, Linda Nolan and Bernie Clifton were among those attending the service.
- Aretha Franklin: Stevie Wonder on last meeting with soul singer August 17, 2018The musician says it was emotional for him to visit Aretha Franklin a few days before she died.
- Stormy Daniels misses Celebrity Big Brother over 'row with producers' August 17, 2018The adult film star had been expected to go into the reality TV house on Thursday.
- Pretty Woman's pretty mixed reviews on Broadway August 17, 2018The romantic comedy hit is now on Broadway but some are calling it a big mistake. Big. Huge.
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- Aretha Franklin: Tributes to the 'Queen of Soul' August 16, 2018The 'Queen of Soul' has died aged 76 and tributes from friends, musicians and politicians have been pouring in.
- How Aretha became the voice of civil rights August 16, 2018Her songs became the anthems of the civil rights movement, but Aretha Franklin herself was equally involved.
- The last Blockbuster: 'I'm proud that we've survived' August 16, 2018Online streaming has crushed Blockbuster and its last store is a reminder of a not-so-distant past.
- Akram Khan retires from solo dance shows August 16, 2018The dancer and choreographer Akram Khan says he is retiring from solo dance shows to spend more time with his children.
- Scarlett Johansson named the world's best-paid actress August 16, 2018The Black Widow is the current queen of Hollywood, according to Forbes magazine.
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- August 17, 2018, 1:30 p.m. - Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)Good Morning, Vietnam 1987. USA. Barry Levinson. 120 min.
- August 17, 2018, 4:00 p.m. - Make Haste to Live (1954)Make Haste to Live 1954. USA. William A. Seiter. 90 min. Introduced by filmmaker Ted Griffin, grandson of William A. Seiter
- August 17, 2018, 7:00 p.m. - Champ for a Day (1953)Champ for a Day 1953. USA. William A. Seiter. 90 min. Introduced by filmmaker Ted Griffin, grandson of William A. Seiter
- Artisan Master Classes Hope to Draw Travelers Into the Armenian Countryside August 17, 2018A local NGO is working with farmers and craft makers to develop new cultural tourism offerings in Armenia's scenic Gegharkunik region
- A Brief History of the One-Size-Fits-All Tube Sock August 16, 2018Originally marketed as sportswear, the tube sock became a stylish accessory thanks to Farrah Fawcett and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
- Museum Curators Reflect on the Legacy of the Queen of Soul August 16, 2018Aretha Franklin dies at 76; her memory lives on at the Smithsonian in artwork, photographs and other ephemera
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- How to Host Your Own Conversation About the State of the Arts August 14, 2018Arts are a part of every community, so take part in a Second Opinion-style discussion with your peers
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- A Theory About Muppet Master Frank Oz August 13, 2018The prodigious puppeteer looks back at his most beloved creations, from Grover to Fozzie Bear
- The Chinese-Born Doctor Who Brought Tofu to America August 13, 2018Yamei Kin was a scientific prodigy who promoted the Chinese art of living to U.S. audiences
- Second Opinion: The State of the Arts Education Resources August 13, 2018For use in the classroom or your community, a list of lesson plans and other teaching materials that use arts to explore science, history math and more
- Playwright Tom Stoppard’s 'Travesties' and the Meaning of Art August 13, 2018Now in revival on Broadway, the Tony-awarded comedy wreaks havoc with art’s pretensions
- Podcast: What It Takes to Paint a Portrait of a First Lady August 10, 2018The artist behind the National Portrait Gallery's painting of Michelle Obama reveals her creative process
- What Does It Mean for Art to Be “Relevant”? August 10, 2018Music critic and National Review writer Jay Nordlinger discusses why it's okay for high art to be unpopular
- How AI is powering groundbreaking Photoshop and Premiere plugins
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